If you ask a Yankees fan if they know the name Billy Martin, they’ll tell you they sure do. If you ask a Yankees fan from the Southern Tier, they might tell you they also knew Martin as the man who lived just down the road.

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Billy Martin was the manager of the New York Yankees five times (yes, five different times). An article in the Daily News written in 1989 explained that Martin, “played on five World Series champions, and he was the MVP of the World Series once.” The article continues, “So they loved Billy Martin, no matter what. He was Casey’s boy. He got to room with DiMaggio. He was Mickey Mantle’s best friend, and he ran with Mickey and Whitey."

And now, nearly thirty-one years after his passing, Billy Martin’s Port Crane house is once again on the market with the opening bid starting at $500,000 plus a 10 percent buyers premium. The new owner of the property will find themself with nearly 85 acres of land, a private 7-acre lake, 2,500 feet of water frontage, a house that’s just over 5,000 square feet, 4 bedrooms, including a 1,600 square foot master suite, 3.5 baths, and a heap more.

This property, located at 135 Potter Hill Road in Port Crane, will be open for bids until 6:00 p.m. on Monday, July 27, 2020. See more photos of the property, take a virtual 3D tour, and learn more about the property features as well as about Billy Martin here.